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What I Wore — Apple Picking

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Over the weekend Chase and I took a day trip to Lynd’s Fruit Farm in Pataskala and Downtown Granville. I wanted to go apple picking since we hadn’t gone since Chase’s first year of college. It was really busy at the fruit farm market, so we spent most of our time out in the fields. We were a little confused because it seemed to be set up differently from when we went a few years ago. We ended up in the Fuji apple field. I was hoping the apples would have a little more color in them for the photos, but I think the Fuji apples are not as red as other types. Anyways, I have more photos to share from our adventures at the apple orchard and in Granville that’ll be on the blog later this week!

applepicking2 applepicking1 applepicking6 applepicking8 applepicking7 applepicking4 applepicking5applepicking9 applepicking3Vintage Dress: Buffalo Exchange ~ Tights + Boots: Target ~ Cardigan: Thrifted (originally from Target) 

On to the outfit details! Did you know a Buffalo Exchange opened in Columbus?! I was super excited to hear that Buffalo Exchange was opening a location in Ohio, especially since the store is only a 15 minute drive from my house. On my first trip to Buffalo Exchange, I picked up this vintage dress and another black daisy dress that I’ll share on the blog another time. I’d been wanting a dress with a peter pan collar (inspired by Elana at Room 334) and loved that this one was made of lace! It was pretty chilly when we did our day trip, so I had to layer this dress with tights and a cardigan. The dress is a little on the short side for me, but I like that it is longer in the back than it is in the front. It’s always great when I add a new vintage piece to my wardrobe, especially for less than $15!

Have you been to Buffalo Exchange, or gone apple picking this year? Tell me about it in the comments! Have a great Tuesday!

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